Why your thoughts control your reality

Behavior that comes before thought is rare. Perhaps, you might automatically respond in an emergency without an awareness of thought. However, most of the time, you think before you act. Indeed, your emotions spring from your thoughts as well, although you may imagine that the process occurs the other way around. It is easier to attribute your emotions to outside forces than it is to believe that they spring from your thoughts. After all, if you understood that the way you feel was down to you, you would be responsible for making yourself feel great.

When you are under pressure, experiencing stress, it is hard to see a way out, let alone have to face the fact that there is not a miracle cure that lies outside of yourself. There are amazing tools that stem from nature or other people’s ideas that are helpful. Nonetheless, they can only work if they alter the way you think. Ultimately, though, you have to decide to be in control of your thoughts in order to benefit from the amazing healing ability of your own mind.

Your thoughts create your reality because they color your experiences. Furthermore, a great deal of experiences happen because you bring them into your life. Certain circumstances may be out of your control, but most are a result of the choices that you have made in the past. You made those choices due to your perception, your thoughts, at the time you created them. If you had seen things differently, you might have had dissimilar thoughts and behaved another way. You may have made alternative decisions that would have taken you down a different road in life.

Knowing that your thoughts create your reality is important if you want a great future. All is well and good if your thoughts are already wonderful. However, like most people, you undoubtedly have moments when you are unwell because of the way you think.

Numerous cases of insomnia come from stress, which can only happen if you have a mindset that accommodates anxiety. Additionally, high blood pressure, heart disease and many other ailments are often caused by a pattern of negative thoughts. Breaking that pattern can increase people’s well-being, improve their immune systems and generally make them happy.

Your behavior comes after your thoughts, and if you want to change your life, you need to change the way you act. Thus, you need to alter the way you think. Becoming aware of your thoughts and how they influence you, mentally and outwardly in the way that you behave, can help you create the type of reality that you want.

About bridget

bridget webber

Bridget Webber’s background rests in mental health, counselling, hypnotherapy, NLP and art. She brings knowledge from her experiences into her writing and specializes in emotional wellness and the creation of, rather than search for, joy. You can catch up with her insights and musings on Twitter.

Twitter: @InsightManager

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